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President nominates longtime prosecutor to serve as U.S. Attorney for Arizona

Gary Restaino has been chief of the criminal division and white collar crime section.

Former Attorney General Grant Woods dead at 67

According to a statement from his family, Woods died unexpectedly.

Pima County administrator hospitalized

Chuck Huckelberry was hit by a vehicle Saturday.

The 91-year-old Fox Tucson Theatre is ready to sing again.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Invisible Theatre celebrates 50 years of performing arts magic; and the photographic vision of Sama Alshaibi.

Filmmaker Renee Tajima-Peña on documenting the history of the Asian American experience.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Paula Poundstone returns to the Fox Theatre; Chris Dashiell previews Film Fest Tucson; and a song from John Coinman.

Judge sides with Flagstaff over state in minimum wage fight

A judge has blocked Arizona from collecting $1.1 million from the city of Flagstaff to compensate for its minimum wage that is higher than the state's rate.

Luis Alberto Urrea shares the blueprint for "The House of Broken Angels".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A new doc catches up with creative powerhouse Angelo Moore; and listen to excerpts from "Keep the Singing" by poet Liza Porter.

As court ruling allows Biden administration to continue Title 42, families still seek asylum in Nogales

A federal appeals court ruled Thursday to allow the Biden administration to continue using Title 42 to rapidly deport families at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Sonia Manzano created a neighborhood of her own for "Alma's Way".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Tucson literary pioneers Alva B. Torres and Lydia Otero share stories and friendship; and author Larry Dane Brimner

Glassman runs for attorney general

The former Tucson City Councilman is in the Republican primary.

The fascinating history of Mr. & Mrs. Neil, and their Mountain View Hotel.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: University of Arizona research creates understanding about the role of estrogen in preventing Alzheimer’s Disease; and a 2nd grader's story about learning the difference between wishes and reality.

After Parliamentarian ruling, activists in Arizona ask for other avenues for immigration reform

In a late ruling Sunday, the Congressional referee said a measure that could give millions of undocumented people a pathway to citizenship could not be included in the budget reconciliation package.

Campaigns to repeal new state tax, election laws face Sept. 28 deadline

Canvassers are making a final push to get more than 118,000 signatures.

Arizona close to recovering number of jobs lost during pandemic

Economist says it should catch up this month or next month.

Chasing legends in the desert.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Some history about Jesuit missionaries in the time of Padre Kino; "Looped", a play about Tallulah Bankhead at Invisible Theatre; and the unique film "A Shape of Things to Come" catches Chris Dashiell's eye.

Arizona sees boost in revenue from tribal casinos

The tribal gaming compact helped increase the numbers.

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